1314 Miller Drive
Coral Gables, Florida 33146
Performing at University of Miami Maurice Gusman Hall (Nov 1 - Nov 1)
Runtime: 1 Hour 30 Minutes
November 01, 2013 @ 8:00 PM
Knight Concert Hall at the Adrienne Arsht Center
Festival Miami closes its 2013 season in collaboration with Jazz Roots - A Larry Rosen Jazz Series and presents Pink Panther at 50. This spectacular concert staged at the beautiful Adrienne Arsht Center celebrates the 50th anniversary of the iconic film, The Pink Panther, and its composer—the musical genius Henry Mancini, who is renowned for his memorable film and television scores. This one-night-only tribute program features an all-star roster of special guest artists, backed by the University of Miami Frost School of Music’s extraordinary Henry Mancini Institute Orchestra. Guest soloists include international superstar Jon Secada; sultry vocalist and Grammy nominee Monica Mancini - daughter of the late Mancini; the powerhouse vocalist heralded by the Huffington Post as “this generation’s First Lady of Jazz” Nicole Henry; and the Miami debut of New York based French singer Cyrille Aimée, who recently took top prize in the first-ever Sarah Vaughan International Vocal Competition.
Presented in collaboration with Jazz Roots and the Adrienne Arsht Center
Order tickets through the Arsht Center Box Office at 305-949-6722 or online at http://www.arshtcenter.org.
Festival Miami, the annual music festival that opens the South Florida arts season, provides superior and diverse musical programming each year, while expanding academic opportunities and cultural enrichment to all of South Florida and its visitors. It’s a musical experience no one should miss.
Festival Miami presents between 25 to 30 concerts, master classes, and lectures over a five-week period. Most concerts are during the month of October Each event falls under one of the four unique themes, which include: “Great Performances,” “Jazz and Beyond,” “Creative American Music,” and “Music of the Americas.”
The goal of Festival Miami is to uphold and enhance the Mission Statement of the Frost School of Music by offering opportunities for music enjoyment and personal enrichment to as many residents and visitors of South Florida as possible. As such, Festival Miami strives to provide innovative programming that reaches across the cultural boundaries of the South Florida community.
The community is invited to partake in all that Festival Miami has to offer - from world premieres and symphonic concerts, to chamber music presentations and jazz performances, and much more!
Come and join us for another wonderful Festival Miami season. We look forward to seeing you!